Three Computerworld journalists were finalists in the information technology and commmunications (IT&C) category at the Qantas Media Awards in Auckland on Friday night.
Computerworld deputy editor Mark Broatch was a finalist for the Boeing Award for the best newspaper feature writer in the IT&C category with his story The Haggle Game, Computerworld Auckland reporter David Watson was a finalist with Taming the Tyranny of Distance and former Computerworld chief reporter Andrea Malcolm - now with Nzoom - was a finalist with Revolution by Stealth. The winner was the New Zealand Herald's Chris Barton, while the Herald's Peter Griffin was also a finalist.
PC World columnist Geoff Palmer won the best IT&C columnist and was a finalist in the best overall columnist category.
Marcel Tromp was a finalist for Unlimited magazine in the best editorial graphic artist category, and Unlimited magazine won best trade magazine.